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Format: CD
Sku: 60379241
UPC: 036172090327
UPC 14: 00036172090327
Release Date: 1/18/2000
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Sky's The Ground, The Bombs Are Plants, And We're The Sun, Love, The ~ Storm & Stress
2. Address That Was To Skip Ahead The Gallop Of It's Own Sperm And Eggs And Wait For Itself: Letter... ~ Storm & Stress
3. Meet Me At The Space They Stare At Leaving Their Seat During The Show ~ Storm & Stress
4. It Takes A Million Years To Become Diamonds So Let's Just Burn Like Coal Until The Sky's Black ~ Storm & Stress
5. 1st. Our Lady Of The Burning Thorns, The ~ Storm & Stress
6. O, When My Lady Comes ~ Storm & Stress
7. 2nd, The ~ Storm & Stress
8. Third and Youngest, Unnamed, And ~ Storm & Stress
9. Forever, Like Anti-Oxidants (Listen To The Sounds Our Cells Make) ~ Storm & Stress
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Storm & Stress: Ian Williams (vocals, guitar); Erich Ehm (bass); Kevin Shea (drums, percussion, bells).
Muze PNote Additional personnel: Micah Gaugh (vocals); Dan Bodwell (bass); Jim Black (drums).
Muze PNote Recorded at Electrical Audio, Chicago, Illinois in June and July 1999.
Muze PNote Personnel: Ian Williams (vocals, guitar, electric guitar); Micah Gaugh (vocals, upright bass, drums); Erich Ehm (electric bass); Kevin Shea (drums, bells); Jim Black (drums).
Muze PNote While on its self-titled debut Storm & Stress made a legitimate (if somewhat smirking) attempt to fuse avant-rock and jazz, on their sophomore effort, UNDER THUNDER & FLUORESCENT LIGHTS, any semblance of form goes out the window in favor of a series of extended minimalist improvisations, supplemented with tape samples and (sporadic) vocals. Whether this amounts to noise or cerebral, incidental music is debatable; whatever the case, kudos are in order for the three-piece's audacity.

Engineer: Jim O'Rourke

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 01/18/2000
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2000
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : TG 203CD
Music Label Name Label : Touch & Go (Label)
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00036172090327

Professional Reviews

Alternative Press (4/00, p.102)
- 4 out of 5 - "...jokes without punchlines, beats without meters, notes without staffs, developments without points of closure....with this album [they've] become so good at provoking questions, that answers...well, they simply aren't the 'point'."

Magnet (4-5/00, p.92)
- "...Listening to [this LP] is a bit like trying to piece together the events of a violent space battle based upon the wreckage left in its wake....Music has been blown apart and shattered into countless pieces here, almost beyond recognition..."

The Wire (3/00, p.58)
- "...Oddly engaging, generating a bizarre internal logic from unlikely sources..."

CMJ (1/24/00, pp.25-6)
- "...noodly, experimental [and] warmly listenable...showing evidence of both heavy improv and ample tape manipulation....a testament to abstract minimalism that manages to give a few subtle nods to standard songwriting..."

NME (Magazine)
(2/14/00, p.43)
- 7 out of 10 - "...luxuriates in the boundless possibilities of chaos theory....breaking right through...the boundaries of music. And subsequently, sometimes avoids making music at all....This is so far out [it's] panoramic."

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